Creating Powerful Instructional Videos: Pre-Production
One of the biggest challenges posed by this pandemic is for teachers to create engaging educational videos for their online classes. This course is designed to systematically introduce educators to the basic aesthetics of educational videos by first learning how to plan and organize their production through what they call the preproduction phase.
Creating Powerful Instructional Video course series will be offered to those who are interested in learning the basic video production process. It is geared towards educational or instructional formats and emphasizes working independently using available digital technology. Creating Powerful Educational Videos (Preproduction) is designed for your planning session. It will focus on introducing the different formal elements that need to be considered before shooting. Here, you will learn how to visualize and plan for your shoot.
What you'll get
- Certificate of Completion
- Exclusive access to learning materials
- Exclusive access to assignments, activities, and forums
- Course Assessments
At the end of course, you will be able to
- Identify the different formal elements of educational videos
- Conceptualize your own educational video project and understand the importance of preproduction which includes planning and organizing your shoot
- Visualize your own educational content through storyboarding
- Visualize an educational video project by creating a storyboard
Who should take this course
- Individuals interested in video production
Training and Courseware Development Manager
Theresann H. Gatapia is a licensed professional teacher and is currently the courseware development manager of Xepto Digital Computing Inc. Prior to Xepto, she was the program manager of Asian Institute of Management - MSc. in Data Science. She also led the content and curriculum development of the Affordable Private Education Center under the Ayala Corporation. She had taught primary and middle level both local and international schools and she had obtained her Master's Degree at De La Salle University.
Ateneo de Naga University
Jenn Romano is a regional filmmaker and a faculty member of the Department of Media Studies at Ateneo de Naga University. She handles film production, critical theories, television analysis, and other media courses. She has written and directed several short feature films, all of which have been presented and recognized in various film festivals such as the Furora Film Festival in Berlin, Tropfest Southeast Asia in Malaysia, and Gawad CCP, Sinag Maynila, QC International Pink Festival, Nabifilmex, and Cinemarehiyon in the Philippines, among others.
Her penchant for film and teaching was made valuable when she was tasked to create a workshop series for DepED Naga Region V for their telearalan production. Currently, she is desperately trying to finish her Master’s Degree in Media Studies major in Film at the University of the Philippines-Diliman.